Meet Team HANC
Doreen Bradshaw has been the Executive Director of the Health Alliance of Northern California since 2004 and has over 30 years of rural health, health care, public health and community-based experience. During her time with HANC, Ms. Bradshaw has provided leadership to support community health centers and their partners in nine rural and frontier Northern California counties to improve health outcomes using a system of care. Highlights include strategic planning and collaboration regarding system transformation, integrated care, value-based payment, health equity, public health emergencies, health information exchange, workforce and quality improvement. She currently serves on the California Primary Care Association Board of Directors, Partnership Healthplan of California’s Strategic Planning Committee, Department of Health Care Services Stakeholders Advisory Committee, Regional Associations of California, the North State Together Advisory Board and the Community Economic Resiliency Fund Steering Committee. In her free time, she loves to travel, experience the outdoors, and make memories with family and friends.
Gabe Deckert is HANC’s Quality Improvement and Data Informatics Director and has been part of TeamHANC since 2016. He also provides support to the North Coast Clinics Network (NCCN) our sister consortia located in western Northern California. Mr. Deckert is responsible for the design and implementation of data analytics for member organizations and the consortia. He provides timely quantitative quality dashboards and multi-year organizational profiles as well as providing 1-on-1 technical assistance as an Improvement Advisor for consortia members. Additionally, he supports the Shasta Health Workforce Committee and is the creator and webmaster of the Shasta Health Rocks Stars website: www.shastahealthrockstars.org.
Melanie Ridley is a Quality Improvement expert focused on patient-centered health system redesign, standardized processes, and data-driven decisions to improve outcomes for patients and organizations. Melanie has more than 20 years experience facilitating strategy and program development for nonprofit health centers and healthcare organizations. Ms. Ridley joined the team in 2012 and leads the quality improvement work for HANC and NCCN, facilitates the QI Peer Network, and provides coaching support for transformation and improvement projects.
Holly Paget has been with HANC for over 20 years and serves as the Chief Financial Officer for the organization. She works with the HANC Board of Directors, external auditors and foundation partners on finance related issues for the consortium. Holly works part-time for HANC and also maintains her own private accounting practice in Redding, California.
Shasta County Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative
Melissa Janulewicz has more than 30 years of experience with a broad range of programs and services including public health, behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, and public assistance programs. She has worked extensively in building and facilitating cross-sector teams and coalitions, developing and implementing strategic plans, and integrating services to improve client access and outcomes. She is a registered nurse with more than 20 years of working experience as an executive with the Shasta County Health and Human Services Agency. Ms. Janulewicz joined the team to facilitate the Shasta County Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative which is an approved project of the California Accountable Communities For Health Initiative.
Amy joined the team in 2018 providing support to HANC’s collaborative efforts in Shasta County specifically to the Integrated Care and Healthcare Workforce Development Committees. Ms. Cavalleri also facilitates Reach Higher Shasta’s K-16 career pathways initiative. Following the Carr Fire, she was instrumental in developing a community-wide, trauma healing program, and has organized multiple events and trainings for local healthcare professionals. Amy is a certified group facilitator with the Center for Mind Body Medicine, and a Suicide Intervention trainer with LivingWorks. As a grant writer and fundraiser, Amy has raised over $6 million to support local and national nonprofit organizations.
Jill Phillips has worked on various HANC projects since 2014 and has over 25 years of experience helping communities address complex issues using strength-based, collective impact approaches. She has formed and managed nonprofit corporations and led collaborative initiatives related to community infrastructure, health care, criminal justice, economic development, poverty reduction, prevention, and early intervention. Ms. Phillips most recently formed the Shasta Substance Use Coalition, and currently facilitates the multi-sector coalition with the purpose of reducing harmful substance use and overdose-related deaths. Jill is an experienced grant writer, securing over $6 million for rural projects. She is a registered nurse with experience in emergency and intensive care, rural hospital, clinic, and home care.
Tim Rine has served as the Executive Director for the last 17 years and has been working with NCCN for over 20 years. Under the direction of Mr. Rine, NCCN has become one of the recognized leaders for supporting community health through its member clinics focused on serving the most vulnerable and underserved residents in Northern California. Mr. Rine serves on the board of directors for several organizations including the California Primary Care Association, North Coast Health Information & Improvement Network, and the Clinic Mutual Insurance Company. Mr. Rine also participates in several local organizations including the Community Health Alliance of Humboldt and Del Norte, the North Coast Health Leadership Team, and the Cal Poly Humboldt College of Professional Studies Advisory Board. Mr. Rine is passionate about advocating for the rural residents in our communities and for health equality for all, regardless of ability to pay.